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Crimea River

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    WW2 Aircraft Models, Mosquito Restoration
  1. Tamiya 1/32nd De Havilland Mosquito

    I was thinking that would be the best solution as long as the hinges can be held firmly. Sorry I didn't see this til now! Andy
  2. Missouri Armada P 51D Mustang Tamiya 1/48

    Great discussion on the cushions and I've made a mental file. You're doing a great job Olivier. About the tires, have a close look at this pic: Hard to see but it looks to me like it's something other than the diamond tread. Lots of styles seen here: http://www.hyperscale.com/2013/reviews/accessories/hussarmustangwheelpreview_1.htm Andy
  3. Tamiya 1/32nd De Havilland Mosquito

    I share everyone's views on this build - fantastic job so far. One thing though. Shouldn't the doors under the guns and the bomb bays be separate? Andy
  4. Fairey Swordfish.

    The 1/48 Tamiya Swordfish also has the tank as an option. Andy
  5. With Jonny and thanks for the clarification on the use of sandpaper for the non-skid floor. It occurred to me after I posted that it was probably the thickness rather the texture that was the concern. Paint looks great so far! Andy
  6. RCAF loco busting (Hurricanes, Mustangs)

    Proud YES, and definitely NOT American please! Andy
  7. Looking good. I'm not sure why you wrote off the idea of using sand paper for the floor. Some very fine grit paper might look realistic to my mind. Not sure about the colour of the cushion. I understand that the yellow ones commonly seen in pics also served as life preservers in case of ditching but I've also heard of some types that were canvas. Andy
  8. 1/48 Hasegawa Bf109G-14

    Thanks very much everyone. Glad you like it. Andy
  9. Your brush painting is impeccable. really really nice Tony. Andy
  10. 1/48 Aussie Eight Dual Spitfires

    Beautiful models. I really liked building my Eduard Spit. Tough to beat in this scale. Andy
  11. Stuka

    You're making quick work of that one. Good show. So are you doing the worn winter camo? Andy
  12. Tamiya 1/32nd De Havilland Mosquito

    Well, you can also say that your method of painting is just like the real aircraft. This is a stunning build and beautifully executed. I like how your weathering is turning out as the Mossie is a bit tough to make war-weary with all those smooth surfaces and few panels. Really well done! Andy
  13. 1:24th Typhoon "Car Door"

    What a brute! Nicely captured! Andy
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